Northshore Sculpture by the River

March 27th - June 21st 2020

The Northshore Sculpture by the River Exhibition will showcase excellent outdoor and indoor sculptures at the newly emerging precinct - Northshore. Northshore and this Hamilton stretch of the Brisbane River continues to transform from an Aboriginal campsite and natural swampland, to a vibrant and evolving community, where businesses see great opportunities to operate and many apartment dwellers enjoy the increasing attractions in the area.

The sculptures presented will reflect the past and present use of the River

The site provides an impressive backdrop for our Exhibition as more visitors come to view the sculptures and see the potential of the area. There is ample off-street parking for motorists or for those wishing to travel by the River, the City Cat terminal - Northshore Hamilton is just beside the Exhibition and it is also next to a café.

Large outdoor pieces will be on display along the River Walkway between Northshore Hamilton City Cat terminal and Eat Street for 3 months from March 27th to June 21st.

Smaller pieces can be viewed in the adjacent Shed at 257 MacArthur Ave Hamilton over 2 weekends, from 27th March. Artwork by renowned Sculptors Queensland sculptors is all for sale. Artist presentations of their sculpture, as well as artist tours, will be made available during the Exhibition. Please follow our website for updated information.

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Northshore Sculpture By The River

Members Indoor / Outdoor Exhibition

"The Shed", 257 MacArthur Ave Hamilton, will be the venue for The Indoor Exhibition. The foreshore will be the location of the Outdoor Exhibition Northshore Hamilton 2020

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Short Pose Life Drawing

Life Drawing every Thursday 30th Jan 7.00 -9.00pm

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Long Pose Resumes Sunday 2nd Feb 12.30 – 3.30pm

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VIOLENT MODERATION, a new sculpture by Artist Erika Scott, will be assembled from a variety of household products such as chairs, clothes hanging systems, wind chimes and resined cleaning microfibres.

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Sculptors Queensland is a volunteer-run, not-for-profit organisation whose mission is to promote the appreciation and creation of sculpture in our state.

Our enthusiastic group of sculptors meets at our studio and forum venue in a heritage building within the ground of the Old Queensland Museum at Bowen Hills.

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